September 6, 2011
William Kristol, Weekly Standard Blog
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The German Marshall Fund has released data from its annual Transatlantic Trends survey. The most striking finding: "there remains a very strong transatlantic difference of opinion over whether war is sometimes necessary to obtain justice, with 75% of U.S. participants agreeing with that concept compared to only 33% of European participants."�
As Bob Kagan famously put it several years ago, "Americans are from Mars, Europeans are from Venus."� It's also interesting that the only EU country polled that has a majority willing to...
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